Indian Vedic astrology is perhaps the oldest branch of futurology known to mankind. There is evidence of Indian astrology in ancient scriptures, Vedas, and Puranas that were written in this part of the country thousands of years ago. The first known treatise on Vedic astrology is said to have been written by Lord Skanda, the son of one of the trinity of the Hindu religion, Lord Shiva, the new creator. This treatise is still available today and testifies to the age of this branch of future research.
Indian Vedic Astrology is known for its unique system of predictions and calculations. While Western astrology essentially follows the sun signs and predictions are based on them, Indian Vedic astrology takes into account the moon sign, which is broader, more personalized, and more accurate. The zodiac signs are twelve. The entire human race is divided into twelve equal departments in other branches of astrology. They are of a general nature, Indian astrology uses the moon sign and each zodiac sign is further divided into This makes the calculations more subtle. Not only the signs of the zodiac are classified according to constellations or 'nakshatras', as it is called in Sanskrit. The placement of the planets is also considered from these constellations. Indian Astrology Based on the Parasara System The conventional system that is widespread in India and later sharpened by celebrities like Varahamihira is a foolproof system. There is no second work on astrology that corresponds to the Brihatjathaka written by Varahamihira, the legendary figure of Indian astrology.
Thalakkulathur Bhattathiripad, one of the ancient and popular astrologers of Kerala, had written a comprehensive statement only on the first 10 chapters of "Brihatjathaka" known as "Dasadhyayee" because he believed that the whole essence of Vedic astrology was from Varahamihira was summarized in the first 10 chapters even in his monumental work. Today, the Vedic astrologers of Kerala, the cradle of Hindu astrology, the latter work by Bhattathiripad and another unique treatise known as "Prasnamargam" follow the only comprehensive astrological treatise available today.
Indian Vedic astrology, in addition to its unique prediction system discussed above, also follows the Dasa system, which is based on the constellation of the birth moon in the birth map to accurately predict the timing of events that no other branch of astrology can boast of.One of the most scientific and Most reliable tools to gain insight into your own personality and future events or circumstances that can help make a person's life easier and lead a more comfortable, if not perfect, life.